Pursuit of Hoppiness was poured into a clear glass mug, and appeared a thick amber color, true to its promise, with a massive off-white head composed of millions of tiny bubbles.
The beer had a very hoppy, rich smelling nose.
It was maltier than we expected up front, and pleasingly bitter on the back end, with a drying grapefruit and pine taste. Pursuit wasn't nearly as hoppy as we'd been led to believe after reading the label -- right up until the bitter finish. It was the first beer we've had from this brewery out in Idaho, and we'll give it a B+
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